James Wallace (Open Directory Project) debuts as Opn, delivering a wonderful first EP entitled Echoes Of A Distant Present. Opn's Echoes Of A Distant Present surfaces as a three-track collection of beautifully crafted and carefully restrained compositions - reminiscent of the progression and restraint of Stars Of The Lid while offering the listener the texture and focus of something similar to the work of Tim Hecker - All the while sounding like something halfway between. Echoes Of A Distant... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ambient, robotopera, tim hecker, stars of the lid, opn, echoes of a distant present, film,...
A Direwires and Freder collaborative album inspired by the experience of pulling over and sleeping during a long, tiring journey on Canada's highways. Each track is written for a stage in the process, from consciousness to sleep and back again and are ordered accordingly. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Post-Rock, Field recording, Ambient, Electroacoustic, Musique concrète
Robotopera (imprint of YOTM) presents "Spaces in Time" by Roger Mills. Roger Mills' "Spaces in Time" is a small album containing masterfully weaved musical composition and altered field recordings, presented across four tracks. Topics: Experimental, Ambient, Electroacoustic, Musique concrète
Robotopera presents Canadian artist 3x3is9 and his 3-part sound study composition, "Data Errors and Field Recordings". 3x3is9 herein presents us with delicately-woven strands of sound from varying sources across 3 movements. Topics: Field Recordings, Experimental, Drone
"6661" is the work of RPFLECH. Converging electronics and instrumentation and eerily cinematic music: these are the things that "6661" is all about. 6661 is a mysterious project that should be heard. Topics: Ambient, Experimental, Electroacoustic
Canadian Mark Templeton brings us "Frail As Breath" - a beautiful EP centred around cascading melodic tones, gentle static, field recordings and restrained guitar instrumentation. While Templeton's work is comparible to artists like Tim Hecker and Greg Davis, he surely demonstrates a unique sound in this masterpiece. Topics: Field Recordings, Ambient, Electroacoustic